Emily Watkins November 21, 2017 8 Comments
The Australian media has been buying into the Amazon love-in as it prepares to launch here, and it's not just the usual suspects.
Alan Austin November 6, 2017 17 Comments
The Australian Retailers Association responded with undisguised alarm to the latest figures.
Crikey November 3, 2017 9 Comments
Penalty-rate cuts come back to bite ... pork-barreling less hilarious than it sounds ... Oh, the F-35 seems to have problems ...
Bernard Keane September 21, 2017 2 Comments
Employers remain convinced the biggest problem in Australia is not being able to slash workers' wages, despite real wages falls.
Bernard Keane August 28, 2017 8 Comments
Labor is campaigning hard against organisations that want to undermine penalty rates -- but will quietly look the other way if you give it enough money.
Bernard Keane July 4, 2017 34 Comments
The government knows there's a problem with wage stagnation, but it can't help itself in working to cut wages.
Bernard Keane February 23, 2017 14 Comments
Attacking penalty rates will mean yet further downward pressure on wages at a time when even the government and the Reserve Bank are growing worried about lack of wage growth, Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer write.
Bernard Keane February 16, 2017 6 Comments
Retailers claimed it would save billions a year and thousands of jobs, but the government's punitive crackdown on online shopping at the behest of retailers will yield minimal revenue.
Adam Schwab January 11, 2016 15 Comments
Can we really blame Anchorage for the disaster that Dick Smith has become?
Glenn Dyer June 5, 2015
Are the retail figures really so dire for the economy? Plus other business tidbits of the day.